Interview Workshop

Date: 20 November, 2018 (Tuesday)

Time: 5:00 – 7:00pm

Venue: Room 4.19, Run Run Shaw Tower

Quota: 15 (Registration required, first come first served)

Register by sending email to Nicole Fung (fungnkn@hku.hk). State your name and year group.

Instructor: Ms. Irene Tsang (Founder of Metta Works and the former Head of Education & Development for Asia Pacific at Tiffany & Co)

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Shanshan Chen:Geographical Science and Chinese Landscapes

Date: 21 November 2018
Time: 4:30pm
Venue: Room 4.04, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus

European geographers of the 18th century embraced all aspects of human and physical environments, including cartographic data, cultural artefacts, social and economic information, and natural history. As part of the period’s global geographical surveying, the Macartney Embassy traveled through the interior of China where its members observed, recorded, and represented the geographical features of the lands, mountains, and rivers, as well as the human inhabitants, in a great number of visual images…(Please click on the image to read more)

Dr. Monica Lee Steinberg: The Legal Medium: An Aesthetics of Uncivil Obedience

Date: 24 January 2019 (Thursday)
Time: 4:30-6:00pm
Venue:  Room 4.34, Run Run Shaw Tower

Language: English

This talk examines the intersection of art and law (boardly conceived). Scholars and artists have long been interested in socially engaged artworks, and particularly attentive to those projects involving a violation of rules to motivate reform (civil disobedience); but, what of the opposite approach? What of radical adherence? Here, Dr Steinberg considers an aesthetics of uncivil obedience–a looking-glass version of civil disobedience……(please click on the image to read more)